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If this is the first time you are downloading Public Talks, then please read the Support Files topic first. This will avoid potential problems in using Public Talks.

If you are downloading an updated version of Public Talks, you can install it in the same folder as the existing program. All settings will be preserved. You are welcome to make a backup of the program settings first (see File menu) - always good practice!

Operating systems supported: Windows 7 (Service Pack 1) / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10

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There are a variety of utilities available for use with Public Talks.

Requirements

Public Talks uses DLLs to send your speaker and talk data to the Microsoft Outlook or Google calendars. Thus there are a few requirements that must be met for this utility to operate:

  • The utility requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 or higher to be installed on your computer. The installer would have tried to determine if this software was required and should have offered to download it from the Microsoft website. So if you encounter problems, then please check to see that you have Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher installed.

  • If you plan to use your Google calendar, you must have visited your calendar via Google's web interface prior to using this utility, otherwise it will not be able to find it.

If this is the first time you are downloading Public Talks, then please read the Support Files topic first. This will avoid potential problems in using Public Talks.


Users of Windows 2000 / XP can download and install Public Talks 13.0.3 which was the last version of the program built to run on these older operating systems.

Download legacy Public Talks 13.0.3 (no longer supported or maintained).

Users of Windows 95 / 95 / ME can download and install Public Talks 2.09 which was the last version of the program built to run on these older operating systems.

Download legacy Public Talks 2.09 (no longer supported or maintained).